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Generals Highway Roadside Hazard Tree Removal

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Generals Highway Roadside Hazard Tree Removal

This project lies entirely within the Hume Lake Ranger District of Sequoia National Forest. GBI is implementing this project under a Supplemental Project Agreement pursuant to a Master Stewardship Agreement between GBI and the US Forest Service. 

This project consists of Hazard Tree cutting and removal, and purchase of sawtimber and biomass that meets specification for removal. Ground-based logging entails treatments to occur on ground that is generally less than 35% slope. The purpose of the project is to improve public and agency safe use along Generals Highway by removing hazard trees that are within striking distance of roads. 

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 Generals Highway Roadside Hazard Tree Removal 

 Generals Highway Roadside Hazard Tree Removal – Project Map 

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